Mountaineers Books Paddling the Columbia: A Guide to All 1200 Miles of Our Scenic & Historical River

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Beginning at the river's headwaters on Columbia Lake in British Columbia, Paddling the Columbia provides comprehensive information for traveling its full 1,245 miles to the Pacific Ocean.

  • Features

    • This guide divides the river into 34 segments, enabling serious paddlers to set a goal on par with hiking the Pacific Crest Trail or climbing the Seven Summits—but on water
    • Includes details on put-in and take-out points, campgrounds, various land manager regulations and key riverside sites
    • Also includes dams and water releases, paddling times and distances, free-flowing areas, ferry schedules and more
    • Introductory texts and sidebars cover local history, things to do nearby—like visiting hot springs, hiking trails and places to eat—as well as wildlife and scenery
    • Boat types and equipment are also covered

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Paddling

    Watersports

    State / Province

    British Columbia

    Washington

    Oregon

    Format

    Paperback

    Dimensions

    8.5 x 5.5 inches

    Author(s)

    John Roskelley

    Publisher

    Mountaineers Books

    Number of Pages

    288

    ISBN-13

    9781594857782

    Copyright Year

    2014

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